1 bed apartment to rent in DH1
Available From 14/05/2021
Sherburn House, Sherburn, Durham, Durham, DH1 2SE
Alternatively call 0191 3832133 or email email@example.com
- 1-Bed Apartment
- Private Complex
- Over 55's Preferred
- Newly Renovated
- EPC In Process
- No Tenant Fees To Pay
- Service Charges For Maintenance and Gardening Included
1 bed apartment to rent in DH1
*** COUNTRY LIVING IN STUNNING SURROUNDINGS ***
Thornley House is a unit of private apartments located within the beautiful grounds of Sherburn Hospital.
Located in the small hamlet of Sherburn House, the complex offers the benefits of country living while only a five minute drive away from Durham City Centre.
The apartments are accessible via a secure door with video intercom system, which leads into a communal hallway. There is off street parking available around the complex and immediate access to the gardens in the main courtyard. Thornley House also has it's own common room.
This 1-bed lower apartment has recently been refurbished with new carpets, boiler, kitchen unit and shower room.
Built in medieval times, Sherburn Hospital is, in itself, a grand estate of Gothic style buildings surrounded by stunning gardens and country bridle paths. The views of the countryside are spectacular from all angles and even has a chapel located within the grounds.
Service charges for general maintenance and gardening are included in the rent.
For further information, please call 0191 383 2133.
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